Dont forget! today is the big day. Get those pages out there!
Great opportunity! Get your first five pages critiqued by a professional editor.
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Fabulous! Thanks for putting out the message about this one, Jennifer; I never would have found it otherwise.
And, I’ve been invited to submit the work upon completion. That must be a good sign (I’m taking it that way, at least!).
So I’ve already gotten the feedback for my two books (impressed with how fast they did it) and on the second one they said, “Plase feel free to submit your completed manuscript when ready for a complete review for possible publishing.”
Whoa…what? Does that mean they are interested in it, if they are asking for the full manuscript? Am I reading too much into it? @.@
Woohoo! Consider that the same as a “Request for full” if you had submitted it through query. It is not an offer for publication, but they saw SOMETHING that they thought might be a fit, or something about your characters intrigued them enough that they wanted to read more. Congrats!
Yeah, she wrote back in response to my question and said that she was interested in reading the whole thing based on what she saw in the first 5 pages. No guarantees of course, but hey, that’s still pretty cool. Just need to power through the rest of it with my writer’s group to get it polished up
Keep trucking and good luck!
wonder if you can submit multiple books?
I’ve been told you can submit two.
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Writing friends, check out the criteria and send your work in. This is not a submission but a free critique. Don’t worry though, this is not an attempt to steal your stuff or trick you, I checked it out. Read full post at Jennifer M Eaton. Good luck!
Two of mine have been submitted. Now the waiting begins.
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